Two mushroom tarts, one sweet, one savoury
Next time your are in Philadelphia we can hunt for wild mushrooms in the Wissahickon. My neighbor does it most every weekend, says wonderful flavors are there for the picking.
I always find the notion of mushroom in sweet dishes fascinating ever since I drank a candy cap mushroom ice cream soda. I may actually give this a try if I can find a good source of appropriate, foraged mushrooms (fortunately, my best friend is an avid mushroom hunter). Cheers.
The quiche caught my attention... The chocolate tart kidnapped my full attention, and the only way I can escape is to pay the ransom and try to make a vegan version... Thanks for sharing your creations...
The quiche sounds lovely and the tart ~ inspired! People don’t realize quiche has to bake at a low temperature, otherwise the custard is so tough. As for the tart, I will make it this fall. It looks divine. Bravo!
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I can't believe I've been a knucklehead and haven't checked in before especially since the two things I love the most--quiche and chocolate--are going to go through the roof with these recipes!
Mushroom foraging is one of the most meditative activities I do. It becomes a fever, the constant scanning of the forest floor. Nothing equals the thrill of finding a great patch, imho. The Chanterelle Quiche has me salivating, can’t wait to try this recipe! I’m not familiar with Ceps and don’t feel the confidence of trying the sweet recipe. But I would also def order it! 😋
Love this one, Wil. I'm definitely not going to attempt to make a mushroom caramel tart, but I'd absolutely order that from a menu, sounds incredible.
I love it. I shall wait for a quiet afternoon and make this.